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1. Products Introduction .................................................................................................................... 2


1.1. Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 2
1.2. Applications ....................................................................................................................... 4
1.3. System Requirements ......................................................................................................... 4
2. Interface & Installation ................................................................................................................. 4
2.1. Interface ............................................................................................................................. 5
2.2. Installation .......................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.1. Installation in LAN. ................................................................................................ 6
2.2.2. PPPoE Installation ................................................................................................... 6
2.2.3. IP Camera & PC connection ................................................................................... 7
3. IE Browse to IP Camera ................................................................................................................ 8
3.1. Use Finder .......................................................................................................................... 8
8.3 3.2. Logging and Active X Installation ............................................................................... 9
8.4 3.3. Operation Keys........................................................................................................... 11
3.3.1. Equipment Status................................................................................................... 11
3.3.2. Administrator Operation ........................................................................................ 11
3.3.3. Operation ............................................................................................................... 12
8.5 3.4. Basic Settings ............................................................................................................. 12
3.4.1. Device Information ............................................................................................... 13
3.4.2. Device Name Settings ........................................................................................... 13
3.4.3. Device Clock Settings ........................................................................................... 14
3.4.4. Device User Settings ............................................................................................. 14
3.4.5. Basic Network Settings ......................................................................................... 14
3.4.6. Wireless LAN Settings .......................................................................................... 15
3.4.7. ADSL Settings ....................................................................................................... 15
3.4.8. UPnP Settings ........................................................................................................ 15
3.4.9. DDNS Settings ...................................................................................................... 16
3.4.10. SMTP Settings ..................................................................................................... 16
3.4.11. FTP Service Settings ........................................................................................... 17
3.4.12. Alarm Service Settings ........................................................................................ 17
3.4.13. Reset/Firm Ware Upgrade ................................................................................... 18
3.4.14 Restore factory Settings ....................................................................................... 18
3.4.15 Reboot Equipment ................................................................................................ 18
4.Central Management System ....................................................................................................... 19
5. Mobile Access ............................................................................................................................. 19
5.1. Smart phone Access ......................................................................................................... 21
6. Others .......................................................................................................................................... 21
6.1. Port Forwarding Settings in router ................................................................................... 22
6.2. F series Production Specification Part .................................................................... 23
7.Frequently Asked Questions ........................................................................................................ 24
8. Warranty ...................................................................................................................................... 24
8.1. Warranty Terms ................................................................................................................ 24
8.2. Warranty Card .................................................................................................................. 25
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1. Products Introduction
An IP Camera is a new-generation product combining an analog camera & IP
video technology. Not only having the full functions of an analog camera, an IP
camera can also compress and encrypt video and audio signal through internet by
sending them to remote terminals with its built-in processor and web server. Via its IP
address, users can use standard PC IE browser to view IP camera, monitor targets in
real time, manage and store video or image. PTZ control is also available through
network.
Being a new member of the camera family, IP camera shares the same operation
functions with an analog camera, such as auto white balance, auto shutter speed, AGC,
auto backlight compensation etc. At the same time, an IP camera also supports remote
access through internet and multi-user visit. Some IP cameras are even able to extend
to both analog and digital signal.
F series IP cameras core is 32Bit RSIC. It adopts standard MJ PEG compression
format. The camera sensor is CMOS which supports auto white balance and backlight
balance, enables IE, cell phone browser, and centralized monitor interface
management. In general, IP Cameras can have functions like audio simplex & duplex,
infrared, wired, wireless, POE, PZT, local storage. Therefore, there are hundreds of IP
Camera products to meet the requirements of different users.




1.1. Specifications
*- Use high performance, strong function media processor 32Bit RSIC
*- High Sensitivity sensor CMOS
*- Adopt optimized MJ PEG video compression algorithm, making high-definition images
transmission in a narrow bandwidth possible;
*- Support maximum of 5 users viewing at the same time, no limitation of users if using
Forwarder Server function;
*- Built in Web Server convenient for users to use standard browser for real time
monitoring and administration setting;
*- Support WIFI: 802.11b/g wireless networking;
*- Support remote system update;
*- Support DDNS analysis, support LAN & Internet (ADSLCable Modem)
*- Support a variety of network protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, PPPoE, Dynamic
DNS, DNS Client, SNTP, BOOTP, DHCP, FTP, SNMP, WIFI/802. 11b/g
*- Selected models support one/ two way audio talkback;
*- Support Motion Detection and alarm function (set area & sensitivity);
*- Support image snap
*- Abnormal automatic recovery function, if connect to the network automatically
when there is network interruption
*-Support mobile view
*- Selected models support 15 preset positions and change to preset positions when
alarm is active
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Parameters Form

1.2. Applications
This series of products usually can be used in big departments, supermarkets, homes,
factories, workshops and etc.








Image Compression Format Standard M-J PEG
Sensor CMOS300,000 pixel
Image Resolution Rate VGA640x480/QVGA320x240
Network interface RJ -45/10-100 Base T 802.11b/g
Network protocol

TCP/IP,FTP,SMTP,HTTP,UDP,DHCP,NTP,DDNS,UPNP,D
NS,PPPOE
Image Max Transmission Rate 30 frame/secondQVGA, 15 frame/secondVGA
Alert control Output: 1 router5VDC0.1Ainput: 1 routerclosure Trigger
Motion Detection Support
Software Update Users automatically upgrade
Monitor Mode IE browse or special program
Playback Mode Microsoft Media Player
Security 3rd ranks password authority setting
Minimum illumination 2.0Lux@550nm
Auto White Balance Support
Working environment -10C 50C20% - 80%RH
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Please check if all of the below items are included in the package:
Wireless IP Camera1
Wi-Fi Antenna1
DC Power Supply...1
CD......1
Manual....1
Mounting Bracket...1
Screws2

NOTE: Contact us immediately if any of the above items is/are damaged or missing

1.3. System Requirements
Minimum Hardware Configuration
CPU: Pentium 1.6 GHz
Memory: 256MB
Audio card: need audio monitor, two ways talk essential
Hard Disk : if need to record video imageno less than 40G
Operation System: 32 bit simple/ English Windows 2000Windows XPWindows
2003Windows Vista & 64 bit simple Chinese/English Windows 2003Windows
XPWindows Vista etc.
Software environment: IE 5.0 or above version
DirectX8.0 or above version
TCPIP network protocol
2. Interface & Installation
There are two kinds of interface for F series IP camera: body guard interface and
extend line interface. Detailed explanations for two representative products are as
followed:

Non-extended line IP Camera icon Extended line IP Camera icon


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2.1. Interface
The back of a non-extended line IP Camera:

Power Supply Light: constantly on when power is on
Network light: constantly flashing which indicates data transmission when power is
on.
Ethernet interface: RJ -45 interface.
I/O interface: 1 for alarm input, connect 3 & 4 these two terminals (input terminal
grounding, low level effective trigger); 1 for TTL control input, connect
1& 2 these two terminals.
Power input interface: connect directly to 5V current Power

Extension line IP Camera:

Power: direct current 5V.
GPIO alarm interface: accept external connection linking to alarm equipment (for
example: door magnet, infrared)
Reset line: Short circuit the two lines to power off, then power on for 10 seconds to
return back to default setting
Ethernet interface: RJ -45 network interface.
Backup: follow-up product extend interface.




About GPIO alarm interface (S terminal) definition:

1# +DC12V
2# RS485A
3# EarthGND
4# IO2 OUT PUT
5# RS485 B
6# IO1 IN PUT
GND: Groundalarm input groundRS485
ground
RS485: RS485 control interfaceleft
connection RS485 negative right connection RS485 positive. connect to P/T decoder
support various PTZ protocol.
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2.2. Installation

An IP camera processes image transmission on the network through the use of
Internet technology, which offers DDNS function for static IP, dynamic IP and PPPoE
dialing users. IP Camera can connect to outer net through LAN, which can also be
connected directly.
There are 3 commonly used network connections in IP Camera:

2.2.1. Installation in LAN.

This is the most popular method for network access as long as there is a router.
Connect internet cable to the router, and then connect the IP camera the same way as a
PC, as shown in the following picture:

2.2.2. PPPoE Installation
Under this circumstance, users need to set up a PPPoE dialing parameter in the
IP Camera: input the username and password provided by ISP supplier, this will
allow the IP Camera to connect to internet by dialing connects. As for setting the
PPPoE dialing parameter, you can connect the device to network through the first
method, and then write the parameter to the device, or through the following third
method which directly writes process parameter to the device. Please refer to 3.4.5.for
detailed steps on how to set up PPPoE
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2.2.3. IP Camera & PC connection
This method is not used frequently. If you process machine write parameter or
program shift, we suggest you to use the first method to connect to the network to
modify the machine parameter.

Connect power to IP camera (note: make sure it is the correct power), video
should be connected via internet cable to IP camera in a minute after the
modification. Under the normal condition, the yellow light is on and green light
flickers when the IP camera is connected.
(In order to connect successfully, we advise you to set the cameras IP as the stable
IP at the same net range of your PC in LAN. Please refer to 8. Frequent asked
questions on how to set camera IP as the stable IP at the same net range of PC in
LAN).
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3. IE Browse to IP Camera
After the IP camera is connected to the PC LAN through a router, you can
operate the IP camera via PC. To start, run the software that is in the CD given.
3.1. Use Finder
Run the CD, double click file, and double click . A
search bar icon will be found, double click search bar, and then the following interface
will appear:


If the internet is connected, it should show device styles, name, and IP address in
the device list, (if it does not show, please check your power & internet cable
connection).
The left side of the interface contains the current computer configuration
information; while the right side contains information on the selected device network
configuration. Default IP camera address will be set automatically according to the
LAN, manually setting is not needed (Note: DHCP should be opened in the router), HTTP
port is 81.
Inner Access refers to the LAN access address; Outer Access refers the WAN access
address.

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3.2. Logging and Active X Installation

Before IE monitoring through the web, it is necessary to install a video plug-in,
there are 2 kinds of installation mode as shown below:

1. Open disk, file, double click inner and process
installation. The installation process is shown as below:
a. Click next to continue



b. Click finish.


Before external net visit IP camera, port forwarding is necessary in the
router, for more detail please refer to Port Forwarding Settings in router in
8.1 sections.

Note
1. Device information indicates IP camera information.
2. When the current computer has a fixed IP, (namely non-DHCP IP), and
the IP camera is used for the first time, please click automatic setup, so
the IP address of the IP camera, gateway and DNS can be the same with
the PC.
3. If you need to manually modify the camera name, HTTP interface,
IP address, sub-net mask, gateway, main DNS server, backup DNS
server, etc. please click apply after the modification, and then enter
IP camera username and password. Click confirm after that.
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2. Open the web page by clicking the open button which is next to the inner visit
address or outer visit address in the search bar, or you can directly input the inner or
outer visit address in your browse, for examples, http: //192.168.1.126LAN,
http: //dpvz.ipcam.hkWAN.

3. When connected through outer network, a log-in interface will appear:


Enter the log in information, click OK to enter. An installation pop-up will
appear. If it is blocked and requires plug-in installation by antivirus software, please
remove the block.
Note:
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1. Default device account is admin, leave password blank.
2. M series IP camera doesnt support Firefox browser, but F series does support
Firefox browser.
3.3. Operation Keys
After successful logged in, the video will be on the left side, and control buttons
used for operations will be on the right side:
3.3.1. Equipment Status
When login name or password is wrong, it will show the following hint:



3.3.2. Administrator Operation

Click Sign in, a pop-up window will appear, Sign in with ActiveX Mode (for IE)


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3.3.3. Operation
1. Image mirror indicates a reverse image.
2. Resolution, mode, brightness, contrast default setting are: 320*24050HZ64
mode is mainly for the adjustment of Light strength, please adjust to 60HZ when
lighting is poor or in dark.
3. There are 3 browse modes in IE mode: visitor, operator, and administrator. The
authority of administrator is the highest. Log in as different authorities, the
operation will be different. Regarding to 3 user authorities, please refer to 3.4.4.
Equipment User Administration.
3.4. Basic Settings
Click administration operation enter the
parameter


Note: in basic setting, when you make a modification, please click setting. A hint
interface will pop up
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1the right interface will indicate
the parameter setting operation is successful, please
click OK then refresh.



2) the right interface will indicate the parameter
setting operation is successful, and need to reboot the IP camera
to finish the setting, please click OK.


Click yes (Y) to restart.

3.4.1. Device Information
The device information includes the above interfaces, device serial number
MACdevice system firmware version, device application firmware version.
3.4.2. Device Name Settings


The table here displays camera name, which is on the search bar and for the
setting of multiple channels equipment, etc.
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3.4.3. Device Clock Settings


You can adjust time via NTP server or PC in this table.
3.4.4. Device User Settings
User can proceed with setting in the interface as shown below. The system is
available to administrator, operator, and visitor with different authority.


Note: At least one administrator is required for the device;

3.4.5. Basic Network Settings

This table is for DHCP and IP configuration. Port forwarding is needed. If you
want to set the IP addressplease fill in the relative IP addresssubnet mask, gateway,
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DNS server, Http port;

3.4.6. Wireless LAN Settings


There are 5 security modes regarding to the wireless networking setting: None,
WEP, WPA Personal TKIP, WPA Personal AES, WPA2 Personal AESand
WAP2 TKIP+AES.
Note:
1. To connect the internet through a wireless network, the camera SSID number must
be the same with the wireless router and the SSID number of other AP device(s),
2. Our default camera SSID number is dink.
3.4.7. ADSL Settings

When the IP camera needs to be connected to ADSL directly, just check the ADSL
box to run, then enter the ADSL user name and ADSL password which are provided
by the ISP (network suppliers), and click submit to save;
3.4.8. UPnP Settings

The full name of UPnP is Universal Plug and Play, which is Plug_and_play. It is the
same as automatic port forwarding.
Router must support this function in other for it to work. Check on it and press submit
to allow this function.


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3.4.9. DDNS Settings

All of the above information has been set up when the device is ready. Users
generally do not need to make changes. In case of any accidental loss of information,
user will need to re-obtain the domain name and fill it in himself. The users name is
just the first four characters of the remote access. For example, if the IP address is http:
//abcd.ipcam.hk, the users name is abcd. The password is DDNS. (The password can
be obtained from the device body or through contacting the supplier). When
connected, it displays "xxxxx is OK" on DDNS state; it means that the settings have
been successfully set. If you need to use your own Dynamic DNS, please select the
appropriate service providers (on DDNS service) then enter the appropriate
information, and then save it.

3.4.10. SMTP Settings


The above settings are for the alarm function, enter the senders email address
under sender, and recipients email address(es) under receiver 1,2,3,4. SMTP server
should be filled in with the SMTP server of the email of the senderfor example the
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sender email address is abc@163.com, enter mail.163.com. In general, SMTP port is
25. If the SMTP port need authentication, check the box and enter SMTP user name
and SMTP password, which are provided by Email provider, and then test. Please
check Report Internet IP by Mail if you want to provide the Internet IP in the email
being sent. The e-mail server and other information can be obtained from the mail
service provider. The email notifications are pictures captured by camera when alarm
is on. You dont have to enter all these information if you prefer to be notified through
email when the alarm is on.



3.4.11. FTP Service Settings


The above settings are similar to those of the Mail service Settings.
Please enter FTP server, FTP port, FTP user, FTP password, FTP upload directory
and FTP mode. The FTP mode has two options: PORT and POSV. If a quick
upload picture is need , select Upload Image Now and change its intervalsecond
3.4.12. Alarm Service Settings
As shown below, there are two modes of alarm trigger. One of them is motion
detection (please refer to the interface below). The sensitivity of motion detection can
be adjusted according to the requirement of the user, the higher the number is, and the
lower the sensitivity is. Another alarm trigger is input alarm, when connected, it
triggers alarm through alarm input signal which is linked to the alarm GPIO;
When triggered, there are 3 alarm modes: 1) IO alarm linkage, camera connects
with linked alarm box through GPIO, sound the siren 2) email notification which
sends email with images captured3) upload pictures alarmas the way mentioned
before FTP upload pictures alarm, Upload pictures intervalsecondkeeps consistent
with the mentioned upload pictures interval of Ftp service settings.
The schedule refers to the arming time:

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3.4.13. Reset/Firm Ware Upgrade
This table is for camera firmware upgrade, it includes updating device system
firmware and device application firmware. Be careful when you apply it!


3.4.14 Restore factory Settings
If user(s) forget the password, the IP camera can be restored to the original
ex-factory settings. When you click the key, a picture will pop up, Click ok, and wait
for 1 minute, and then you can use the IP camera again.

3.4.15 Reboot Equipment

Click restart, as appeared in the below picture. Click ok, wait for 1 minute and
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you can use the IP camera normally again.
4. Central Management System
Please refer to the Central Management System User manual


5. Mobile Access
5.1. Smart phone Access
Smart phones are the mobile phones with an operating system, such as Windows
Mobile and Symbian. Due to its powerful function, the web page browser of such phones
usually supports J avaScript. Thats why the phones can visit the dynamic pages of the IP
camera through web page browser.

First of all, the mobile phone must have internet access ability.
Use the browser on the phone to visit the address of the IP camera, e.g.
http://demo.ipcam.hk (demo is the Serial No. Each device only has one Serial No)

Lets take the Opera mini 4 Version on Windows Mobile as an example, we are going to
go through the whole procedure. Enter access address http://demo.ipcam.hk in the browser
address bar, and the following interface will appear:

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2. Input the Username and Password of the device, and the following interface will
appear. There are three log-in options. Click on the third Sign in and use Mobile Phone
mode.
Language: to select the display language.
Do not show next time: When this option is selected, this interface will not appear
when you log in next time. It will directly skip to the monitor image.



Description for the monitor image:

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Instruction for the Key Function:
:
Update: it is used to refresh the page. If the monitor picture is kept still, you may press this
key to update the page.
Up, down, left, and right: They are used to rotate the camera P/T. The camera without P/T
does not have these keys.
Stop: Stop rotating the camera
The Download address of the mobile browser Opera mini: http://mini.opera.com. Please
download the Opera mini browser according to the mobile model.

6. Others
6.1. Port Forwarding Settings in router
When users visit the IP camera via outside web, port forwarding settings in
router is a must. Different brands of router refer to port forwarding with different
names, but the basic operation method is still the same.
Lets take the TP-LINK TD-8840 routers port mapping setting as an example. The TP
Link Routers inner web IP address is 192.168.1.1; the IP cameras inner web address
is 192.168.1.50, with port as 85.
1. First log in to the routers web administration interface.
2. Click Advanced Setup on the left side

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3. Click virtual server in the unfolded menu.

4. Fill 80 under the right port start or port end, "192.168.1.50" under Server
IP address, select "TCP/UDP"ORTCP for protocol. Dont forget to click
"save/apply.

After completing port forwarding, you can visit the IP camera through device
code in outer net remotely;
Default visit addresses for common used router are as followed:
1. TP-LINK ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.1.1
2. DLINK ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.0.1
3. Linksys ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.1.1
4. 3com ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.2.1
5. Microsoft ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.2.1
6. Net gear ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.1.1
7. Asus ex-factory definition router address is 192.168.1.1

6.2. F series Production Specification Part

The F series have products with various configured specification. Users can choose
the best one according to their requirements.
Image Specification
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wireless , indoor

Infrared bullet camera wireless, infrared 20m
waterproof

Wireless, infrared 10 m Audio Level & vertical
rotation P/T

Cell indoor select infrared night vision 20 m

Cell indoor overall rotation P/T 3.5 mini dome
7. Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Why cant I find the IP camera using the search bar?
Answer: 1. Please check whether the IP camera and search bar are located in the
same LAN network;
2. Please check the connection of the internet cable and power.Under
normal circumstances, power light (yellow) is constantly on, network light
(green) constantly flickers
3. The Firewall installed in the computer may have blocked the IP camera.

Question: Do F series products support P2P technology?
Answer: Yes. Users can turn this this function on at the centralized management
interface or platform. Applying P2P technology can solve the problems
raised by multiple users visiting one IP camera at the same time, which is
mainly because the network technology allows users to share IP camera
video data.

Question: What is the max no. of areas for motion detection of the F series?
Answer: F series support 1 motion detection area, which is a whole image.

Question: Do the F series products allow users to browse dynamic video through their
cell phone?
Answer: Yes, but only for the cell phones that support J AVA.

Question: Where can we download the cell phone visiting program?
Answer: Please refer to the first chapter of the manual for cell phone visiting.

Question: Does centralized monitor interface support Vista & Linux system?
Answer: J ust Vista system. It does not support Linux system at the moment.

Question: How can I set my IP camera in the same network segment as my PC in
LAN?
Answer: First you can use search bar to find out the camera, then click the auto set
button.
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Question: What are the models of cell phone support online viewing for the F series?
Answer: Generally, cell phone with J ava MIDP 2.0 program can watch dynamic
video.
Examples of cell phone models are NOKIA E71, 6122C MOTO A3000
NOKIA N70-73 N95 N98Samsung U608 etc.

Question: Why cant I visit my IP camera through the cell phone software?
Answer: 1. Please check whether the cell phone supports J ava program
2. Please check if the cell phone has allowed WAP function, and has set the
WAP factors correctly. .
3. Make sure that the IP camera can be visited through the internet;

Question: Why is the image from the IP cameras image too white or dark?
Answer: Please try to modify the camera mode at the IP camera interface.
8. Warranty



8.1. Warranty Terms
a) Free-of -Charge maintenance period of the product is 18 months. During this
time, we can repair it for free (Damages not caused by misuse or vandalism).
For reparation after guarantee period, a maintenance fee will be charged.
b) During the warranty period, for breakdown caused by misuse or other reasons
that are out of the range of warranty, users can repair the products by showing
this card. We will only charge for components.
c) When the products need maintenance, please hand in the card together with
the products to the manufacture or local distributor.
d) Opening the inside of the products and tearing up the sealing label privately is
out of the warranty range.
e) We do not repair the damaged item after it has been modified or added other
functions.

Under the following circumstances, the maintenance will be charged:
1. Period check, maintenance or change components due to normal attrition.
2. Damages due to crash, extrusion, artificial flooding, moisture or other
personal reasons.
3. Damages due to floods, fire, lightning strike and other natural calamities or
force majored incidents factors
4. Repaired item by non-authorized repair centers.
For all of the above terms, please refer to the relevant regulations if these are any
changes.
During the period of warranty, users will not be charged for maintenance of any
breakage resulting from the products own failures.
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8.2. Warranty Card
Manufacturing Date: Product Specification:
Inspector:
Version number :
Product Model
Sale Dates
User Company
User name
Customer Address
Contact Number
Date of Maintenance Conditions Failure
Results of
Maintenance



Remark:


Note: please fill in the card and submit it with products for repairing purposes